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Randall Goosby sitting with his violin against an orange wall

Mendelssohn’s Violin

Thu, Jun 6–Sun, Jun 9, 2024 Roy Thomson Hall

A cornerstone of the repertoire, Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto is a passionate and technically mesmerizing display of the instrument’s capabilities. It soars in the hands of the gifted Randall Goosby, a former student of Itzhak Perlman who, at 13, was the youngest winner of the Sphinx Competition. The beloved work is complemented by a delightfully effervescent Divertimento for String Orchestra composed by Bartók in just 15 days, along with Mozart’s popular “Prague” Symphony, and the World Première of a work by Métis composer Ian Cusson, created in partnership with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).

In addition to the performances on Fri, Jun 7 at 7:30pm, Sat, Jun 8 at 8:00pm, and Sun, Jun 9 at 3:00pm, we also offer a Relaxed Performance on Sat, Jun 8 at 11:00am. Our Relaxed Performances provide specific accommodations that support the neurodiverse and disabled community. For more information on Relaxed Performances, please visit TSO.CA/Relaxed.


Ian Cusson


(World Première/Art of Healing Program Commission in Partnership with CAMH)



Violin Concerto in E Minor, Op. 64




Divertimento for String Orchestra



Symphony No. 38, in D Major, K. 504 "Prague"


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Gustavo Gimeno


Randall Goosby